LEVEL OF ASPIRATION

The level at which a person sets his significant goals; the level of performance to which he aspires.An individual’s aspiration level has an important...

LEARNING PLATEAU

A flat place in a learning curve, indicating a period of little or no progress (Fig. 33).The occurrence and persistence of a plateau depend...

LINGUISTIC APPROACH

a teaching method which assume children in the class who participate have a strong grasp of their mother tongue (oral language) which is then...

LANGUAGE ACQUISITION SUPPORT SYSTEM (LASS)

the process in which adults and older children help young learners.

LEARNING TECHNIQUES

It is safe to say that no subject in the entire field of psychology has received more attention than the techniques of learning. The...

LANGUAGE (Psycholinguistics)

Language may be defined as a system of symbols with commonly recognized meanings which facilitates our thought processes and enables us to communicate with...

LAW OF FREQUENCY

The theory that learning increases with the repetition of a process. Also known as the law of repetition.

LOVE

A complex yet basically unified emotion comprising tenderness, affection, and devotion to the well-being of another person or persons.In more specific terms, love involves...

LEVINSON'S ADULT DEVELOPMENT THEORY

a model which maps the basis of human development where adulthood is split into the following categories- early, middle and late. Each of these...

LIFE EVENTS

events which occur during the life cycle which can either be age related in which case involve events such as retirement or not age...

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